Good Retail Awards open for entries

Published on: 30th November 2020

The Good Retail awards will take place during 2021’s Spring Fair @ Home on Monday 8th February. 

Organised and hosted by Modern Retail and Spring Fair, the Good Retail Awards celebrate retailers making a positive impact in the retail industry. These awards will shine a light on those who have achieved success in spite of all the challenges faced this year.

This year’s awards will take place during Spring Fair’s virtual forum, Spring Fair @ Home. Dates for this have yet to be confirmed.

Julie Driscoll, managing director – UK Retail said “While it is regrettable that we won’t be able to meet in person at Spring Fair due to the new UK government rules, we are incredibly excited to host Spring Fair @Home. Following the success of this year’s virtual forums, we’re looking forward to providing our clients and customers another touchpoint to be inspired and stay connected with the retail industry.”

Award Categories

Throughout the six categories, judges will be on the lookout for positive innovations in retail. This this could be through strategy, creativity, the use of technology or otherwise.

  • Sustainability Initiative Award
  • Instore Creativity Award
  • The Community Award (in association with Spring Fair’s #InspiredByKindness initiative)
  • Bricks ‘n’ Clicks Award
  • Digital Impact Award
  • Retail District Award

To enter

Entries for the Good Retail Awards close in early January. Readers can enter via the Spring Fair website or via the Modern Retail website.


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